Found March 23, 2012 on NESN.com:
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A strong safety has the ability to be a game-changing force for an NFL defense. While defensive linemen do much of the dirty work in the trenches and the speedy cornerbacks have the highlight reel interceptions, there's nothing like a strong safety patroling the middle of the field. Having an imposing force in the secondary will make wide receivers think twice before turning their head on that slant route. The Bleacher Report continued their rankings of football's 1,000 best players, this time giving a rundown of the league's top strong safeties. As expected, the Steelers' Troy Polamalu was given the...
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